Springtime Weddings

We held a wonderful wedding at Harmony House, Melrose at the end of March this year. The venue itself plays host to the well regarded Border’s Book Festival during June but on this occasion the house and gardens were the setting for a fresh Spring Wedding.

We served an array of canapés to the guests on the lawn accompanied by champagne and sparkling elderflower. Later a starter of Salmon Mousse encased in Smoked Salmon was served followed by Fillet Steak with Pancetta, Dauphinoise Potatoes, Julienne Carrots & Fine Beans and for pudding a very seasonal Rhubard Crumble with Candied Rhubard, Creme Anglais and a Fresh Rhubarb Coulis were delivered to much appreciation!

We received a wonderful thank you letter from the Bride and Groom who are now back at home in Dubai:

…we wanted to send you and your team a huge thank you for catering& waiting on our wedding. The food was delicious and the service fantastic. All our guests commented on the great food. You made the whole experience from planning stages to the actual event an enjoyable and easy experience.

We will certainly be recommending you and your team to anyone requiring caterers.

Wendy & Josh Smithson

A great job was done by Best Intent Marquees who along with us dressed the dining space with a simple elegance. The Stunning back drop of Melrose Abbey and the flood lit grounds around Harmony House made for a perfect backdrop with which to party the night away.

You can find out more about our events by contacting us through our website:

www.gillordeincatering.co.uk

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www.facebook.com/gillordeincatering

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